After an increcible summer for the European Champion Chloe Kelly hasn’t had many goals at international level as you would expect getting her fourth goal for England against South Korea.
England managed to retaining the Arnold Clark Cup with a dominant 6-1 victory over Belgium in Bristol featuring a double from Kelly.
Kelly, who plays for Manchester City, scored twice against Belgium both goals were tap-ins, the second coming from an unfortunate mistake from Nicky Evrard.
This will only help Kelly’s chances of getting in the World Cup squad in the summer as finishing the tournament top goal scorer with three goals.
Even though Kelly’s two goals were taps in she looked excited on the pitch dribbling past Jody Vangheluwe and leading her behind.
England have delivered yet again bringing the sliverware home with only five months until the World Cup opener against Haiti. Sarina Wiegman is still yet to lose a game as Lionesses boss and right now her team look almost untouchable which is promising for Englands hopes of more success in the summer.
Although, there is still a long five months until the World Cup and England have some big games ahead with Brazil and Austrialla in April and the chance to get another trophy.The future of English Women’s football is looking bright.